TWO POLICE OFFICERS HOLDING NIGHT STICKS : CYKO : (1904-1920)

This vintage real photo postcard features a portrait of two uniformed police officers holding night sticks. They are wearing police badges on their jackets and their hats appear to have either badges or patches. This postcard has a Cyko stamp box which reveals that it was published sometime between 1904 and the 1920’s. The appearance of the back of the card indicates that this postcard formerly resided in an album or picture frame. The image itself is crisp and clear. Overall this postcard is in good condition (see scans).

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  1. Samuel Stephenson Waters Jr, and brother George Stephenson Waters. Photo by Eastman Johnson aka Charles Fox of Fox Lane in East Northport. Until 40 years ago his waterfront mansion there was full of the millions of images he made between 1827and 1925. These two are his brother Reuben Chandler Johnson’s grandsons. Mary Todd Lincoln was Reuben’s mistress, he had 5 or 6 kids with her.

  2. Your comment is intriguing but I am not sure what photograph you are referencing. Please explain which photo your comment is about. Thanks….


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